Accountancy & Finance JobsPayroll & Pension Analyst – Sligo

  • SJ51597
  • Temporary/Contract
  • Sligo

Collins McNicholas

Our client, a leading company in Sligo, is seeking a Payroll & Pension Analyst on a part-time basis.

Payroll & Pension Analyst

Part-time (20 hours per week)

  • Complete all pension related administration tasks ensuring completeness and accuracy of process administration.
  • Perform daily payroll operations and manage workflow to ensure all payroll transactions are processed accurately and timely
  • Reconcile payroll prior to transmission and validate confirmed reports
  • Understand proper taxation of employer-paid benefits
  • Process accurate and timely monthly and year-end reporting for payroll-related transactions as required
  • Load import files received from HR (All locations) and research and email appropriate audience of file issues
  • Payroll processing for expatriate employees ( employees on Global Mobility programs)
  • Liaising with Corporate HR and with Tax Advisers for expatriate employees  
  • Timely responses to employee and Management payroll queries.
  • Monthly and Annual PAYE returns
  • Support to other finance-related functions  as required

Education Required:

Payroll qualification with IPASS Qualification desirable

Accounting Qualification desirable

For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Colin Byrne.
colin.byrne@collinsmcnicholas.ie
071-9140255

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